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MORGAN'S MILLIONS AT
TOP OF -THIS BUILDING
This picture "shows thV top
stories of the new Bank of 'Com
merce building in New York. J.
Pierpdnt Morgan has picked out
for his new offices the "forty-second
floor, immediately beneath
the odd-looking pyramid on top.
The pyramid will be used by.
Morgan and his banking house as
a safety vault, for the storage of-
millions in.cold casfi stocks- and
bonds. . . . -
If this idea of storing wealth
high in the.air becomes 'afall gen
eral it may:lead to a new type of
daring, bank robber, .operating by.
aeroplane. . . . ',--.'
Wherever you go in the whole
There's ahvays one language is
There's always one sign that will
make you known,
There's always one coin that
will pass-as good ;
Be it north or south, be it east or
On land or sea be the path you
roam; ' -1
No matter the time or the'pjace
or the folk
- 'Tis the kindly heart that wins
The kindly heart is the kingly
sign . -'
That bids the world bow- at
your feet ;
The human love in tjie human
Is the thing that wins you a
welcome sweet. '
The world is wide and its tongues
are strange, '
But one is the hert of every
And every man js your brother
If he feels your love as he grips
' " your hand.
i o o
The Sams. Old World.
"Can't say that the world is
getting a bit smarter," asserted
gran'pa. "My grandson asks me
the. same silly question that tiis
father asked'at his age. Lippin
o o , '
A repeating rifle is robbing the
same place twice